The Prospect Local History Group of South Australia meets at the Nailsworth Community Centre, Derlanger Avenue, Collinswood 7.00pm on the 1st Thursday of every month (except Dec and Jan).
The Prospect Family History Group of South Australia meets on the third Tuesday of the month from 1.30 - 3pm at the Prospect Library.
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phone : (08) 8342 8170
Heritage on our doorstep
Did you know may of our houses and buildings in the City of Prospect are listed on the Heritage Register?
For an interactive map click here http://location.sa.gov.au/viewer/?map=hybrid&x=138.60334&y=-34.88727&z=14&uids=95&pinx=&piny=&pinTitle=&pinText=
Historic Prospect Hospitals
This is the latest book in the Prospect Local History Group’s Places of Interest in Prospect series. Written by David Johnston it describes the maternity hospitals and lying-in homes where thousands of local babies were born. It also tells of the the esteemed North Community Hospital and the many little remembered small general hospitals and the Matrons who ran them such as Matron Clapp’s “San” where Daisy Bates passed from this world.
Research your House History - 2 March 2017 Prospect Town Hall
There was a fantastic attendance for our first event at the Irish Harp room on Prospect Road. Kristina Barnett shared her knowledge on Prospect house names while the audience also provided a few clues to digging up house histories. Alison De Backer demonstrated some of the digital tools available for people to research the title, newspaper articles and old photographs. Find the notes and presentations here
Shopkeepers and Family Businesses in Prospect
The book "Shopkeepers and Family Businesses in Prospect" gathers together stories about some of the early Prospect businesses and in particular focuses on the families behind them.
The publication is available for $15 from the Prospect Library or the Prospect Civic Centre.
Prospect Local History Group Newsletters
Get the latest Prospect Local History Group news via our regular newsletters. The newsletters are available in PDF format and copies can be researched right back to 2007. They are able to be alphabetically searched here.